April 2014

  1. Dr. Anish Muralidhar Rao
    Tuberculosis of sacroilic joints is a very rare cause of low back ache radiating to the thigh and requires a high index of suspicion for its diagnosis. Magnetic resonance imaging is key to early diagnosis of this condition which may prevent further complications associated with it .It is difficult to diagnose due to the vague and non-specific...
  2. Dr. Suresh Rajkonwar, J. C. Soni and Jadab Dutta
    The present study was conducted on Adjustment, Level of Aspiration, self-concept and Academic Achievement of Visually Handicapped School Children of Assam. The data were collected from a sample of 400 visually handicapped children 200 boys and 200 girls who were studying in the classes VI to X (age 12 to 16 years) in six visually handicapped...
  3. Kingsly Stephen, R. and Kaviyarasi, G.
    In recent years, Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are widely used in different applications for information gathering and monitoring purpose. Large numbers of sensor nodes are deployed in the environment to increase the quality of service (QoS). A critical issue found in Wireless Sensor Network is node failure. Failure of nodes occurs due to...
  4. Kalpanadevi. M. and Dr. R. Neela
    A novel, line flow based state estimation (LFBSE) technique for power systems is presented in this paper. State variables are estimated through the constant, line flow based jacobian matrix constructed from the network equations. Unlike the conventional techniques where the outputs are the vectors of bus voltage magnitudes and angles, the results...
  5. Biswas, S., Goswami, A. and Mazumdar, D.
    The knowledge test was developed to measure the knowledge of small animal farmers. In all 114 items were initially constructed on the basis of promoting thinking rather than root memorization and differentiate the well informed small animal owners from the poorly informed ones. The scores from sample respondents were subjected to item analysis,...
  6. Pushpalatha, R. and Srinivas V Bandlamori
    This study investigate the micro organism spoiling fruits during transportation, storage or waiting to be processed and rendering themselves unedible and disposal of such spoiled fruits is also a problem leading to environmental pollution. With the view of value addition of the so-called waste, the present study is emphasized on isolation of some...
  7. Mercy D. Ebong and Nwachukwu, V. N.
    The aim of this article is to examine the opportunities opened to Nigerian libraries in the current information age as related to the concept of globalization. The paper highlights reasons for current changes in library practices and stresses some areas of importance that can propel Nigerian librarians and libraries into being useful in this...
  8. Victor N. Nwachukwu, Grace O. Idu and Ogwo, Uzoamaka
    The study is aimed at determining the perception of teachers in the use of information resources in libraries for the promotion of peace education in secondary schools in Nsukka education zone. Four research questions were formulated to guide the study. The descriptive survey design was used. The population of the study included all the teachers...
  9. Sundaramoorthy, K., Kaviyarasi, G. and Dr. Srinivasa Rao Madhane, S.
    In recent years, Wireless sensor nodes are used in various applications to gather information. The sensor nodes which are deployed in the sensing area are prone to failure due to various reasons like malfunctioning, out of range, energy dissipation and so on. These sensor nodes have to identified and recovered to maintain the good quality of...
  10. Mantyi-Ncube, B. and Dlamini, N.
    The Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have a very crucial role in a nation’s economic development. Swaziland’s high unemployment rate, with one third of its labour force unemployed in 2008, amongst them being the University of Swaziland (UNISWA) graduates from the Faculty of Agriculture (FOA), challenges its development. Thus, the production of...
  11. Frank Mawutor Borbor, Akwasi Kumi-Kyereme, Elijah Yendaw and Ahmed Adu-Opong
    In spite of the numerous interventions in place to control anaemia in Ghana, the prevalence of anaemia among under-five children is still high and classified as a severe public health problem. The study examined socio-demographic factors influencing anaemia among under-five children using the Ghana Demographic and Health Survey data of 2008. The...
  12. Lokesh
    The study is conducted to estimate growth rate of area, production and productivity and measure the contribution of different components to the growth rate of the major crops in Himachal Pradesh. The study is based on secondary sources of data covering the period from 1966-67 to 2006-07. The crops selected in the study are rice, wheat and maize....
  13. Shreejaya Sudheeran Jayaraj
    The present research study elucidates on some socio-economic implications of Mahi dam project in the tribal district Banswara of Rajasthan (India). The dam induced impact should be assessed and addressed accordingly for the development of the larger marginalised groups like tribal population of India. The research study carried out with the...
  14. Nava Jeevan Raju, O. and Praveen, P.
    In this paper, a solution about the design of remote video monitoring system based on Arm-Linux platform and http protocol is introduced. And the embedded system, video capture, motion detection, short message service (SMS) alarm, and client video monitor are introduced. Video 4 Linux is used to get the camera video data, which is transferred to...
  15. Dr. Uttam Paul
    Micro-credit or micro finance is the extension of very small loans (micro loans) to the unemployed persons, to poor entrepreneurs, to households, to farmers and to others living in poverty who are often left out of the formal banking system, because of several reasons: their inability to provide collateral, the high risks in lending to them, the...
  16. Bisong, Peter Bisong and Mary Julius Egbai
    The social ontology and the social structure of Nigeria reveal in a naked form the dilemma in which an average Nigerian living in Nigeria is presented with. An average Nigerian finds himself/herself positioned in between the red sea and the devil. The Nigerian social ontology exalts money as the ideal and idolized those who meet this ideal,...
  17. Dr. Tahmeena Javed
    The Enlightenment is much more than the historical period. It helps us to understand the distant conclusions towards which certain assumptions lead; and to decide whether or not, that is where we want to go. Enlightenment shaped out past and present. It is the story of man’s first attempt to come to grips with the contemporary world and all its...
  18. Ramkumar Lodhi, Kush Kushwah, Bidyalakshmi Phurailatpam and R.J. Rao
    Dihaila Lake is a part of cultural, economical, irrigational and recreational life of Dihaila and Rajpur village. Dihaila Lake is one of the shelter water bodies for migratory birds in Karera Bustard Sanctuary. It is facing multifold pressure due to human interference, agricultural waste discharge, domestic waste discharge, cattle grazing, bathing...
  19. Naghma Javed
    Colonialism can be traced long back in history. The lesser advanced civilization was subjugated for the benefit of the western civilization. In colonialism; apart from controlling the economy, the element of influencing the mass psyche, was always there and thus influenced the culture. The coming centuries saw the changing of the form of...
  20. Dr. Ashfaq ul Hassan, Dr. Shifan Khandey and Dr. Zahida Rasool
    Gastrinoma is also commonly called as Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. It accounts for about 15- 20% of Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors. In These tumors There is excessive and overproduction of the hormone gastrin, leading to excessive secretion of gastric acid. The patients suffer from multiple and recurrent peptic ulcers that are in most cases...
  21. Bhowmik, N., Mia, M. M. and Rahman, M. A.
    experiment was conducted to characterize Jalali pigeon phenotypically. Fifteen pairs of Jalali pigeons were reared in scavenging condition. Mean body length, wing span, shank length, bill length and head length of mature Jalali pigeon were 33.28±0.18, 64.37±0.20, 3.08±0.02, 2.04±0.01 and 3.66±0.02 cm, respectively. Mean body weight of Jalali...
  22. Sarika, G., Umesha and Amruta, N.
    Enormous sequence information is available in public databases as a result of sequencing of diverse crop genomes. It is important to use this genomic information for the identification and isolation of novel and superior alleles of seed quality. These important genes from different gene pools to suitably deploy for the development of improved seeds...

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